Alumni Association Executive Board (AAEB) 2015-2016
President Alexandra Foley Altman ’97 (Chicago, IL)
Vice President Erin Mazzoni ’07 (Washington, D.C.)
Secretary Kirsten Browne Bradford ’92 (Rochester, MI)
Past President Bill Stoeri ’78 (Minneapolis, MN)
D’Angelo Bailey ’05 (Iowa City, IA)
Kirsten Browne Bradford ’92 (Rochester, MI)
Matthew Bunkowski ’00 (Santa Fe, NM)
Erin Brownlee Dell ’93 (Greensboro, NC)
Pamela Brown Gavin ’74 (Arlington, VA)
Erin Mazzoni ’07 (Washington, D.C.)
Seth Gold ’07 (Incline Valley, NV)
Daniel Hoevel ’09 (New York City, NY)
Jeff Marinucci ’00 (Los Angeles, CA)
Alexander Morgan ’11 (Milwaukee, WI)
West Nelson ’81 (Niles, MI)
Suzanne Saganich ’83 (Rocky River, OH)
Donald Schneider ’63 (Kensington, MD)
Andrew Terranella ’99 (Pinon, AZ)
Constituent Group Representative
Emeritus Club President Bill Venema ’59 (Kalamazoo, MI)
Membership in the Kalamazoo College Alumni Association is open to those who earn degrees from the College as well as former students who attended the College for at least six quarters. The Alumni Association exists to promote and maintain a lifelong, active relationship between the College and alumni, and to involve K alumni in meaningful volunteer efforts on behalf of the College. Your active involvement in the Association is vital in promoting the College’s distinctive educational mission and sustaining the legacy of service that distinguishes K alumni.
Alumni Association Executive Board (AAEB)
The Alumni Association is governed by an Executive Board that meets on campus two times each year. The group is responsible for the general direction, control, and management of the Association’s business. In addition, the Executive Board serves in an advisory capacity regarding new programs and volunteer opportunities, helps to organize alumni events, assists admissions and development efforts, and administers the Association’s awards programs.
- Please view the results to the alumni survey that was conducted by AAEB during the 2013-2014 academic year!
Candidates for board membership should demonstrate an interest in the College through active participation in class reunions, regional activities, and/or volunteer programs of the College (new student recruitment, assisting students with career development, or fund raising). The nominating committee encourages self-nominations. Nominate someone today!